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Slightly overweight, Insulin resistance , enlarged liver 17cm, is this fatty liver disease? Or hep C
2 different diseases: Fatty liver is predominantly due to: high alcohol intake, diabetes, high cholesterol, obesity. The more of these risks you have, the greater the chance of fatty liver. Addressing these risks is an important step to correcting fatty liver. Distinguish hepatosteatosis (fatty liver) from steatohepatitis (fatty liver with abnormal liver tests that risks cirrhosis & liver cancer. Hep C is an infection. ...Read more
Age 36, no alcohol. Bilirubin 4 sgpt 127 sgot 79 liver size 14.5cm. Diffuse fatty liver. No biliary dilatation. Common duct 2mm. Confirm fatty liver?
By percentage: It is not the absolute pounds, but takes into consideration you height (in the bmi calculation). More useful, at least in the disease process, is the waist/hip ratio, which shows how much abdominal fat one has. Abdominal fat is particularly metabolically active, and thus more dangerous than leg fat (for example). >102 centimetres (40 in) in men and >88 centimetres (35 in) in women are obese. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have idiopathic chronic pancreatitis my age 19.& liver,hepatitis,CBP r normal.no stone but sludge.MRCP shows no autoimmune +pancretic divisium.sugge?
Pancreatitis: It sounds as if you are being seen and managed by a very knowledgeable doctor and would continue to follow their advice and guidance. This is a very difficult and uncomfortable disease and hopefully you will respond well to conservative measures. Wish you the best and good luck in the future. ...Read more
Weight problem: Health risks of Obesity are •Heart disease •High blood pressure •Stroke •Diabetes •Osteoarthritis •Breathing problems Health Risks of being underweight- more likely to have infections due to effect on immune system. There can be Vitamins, Iron, and Calcium deficiencies. Being overweight is not normal as it may be due to poor coping with stress causing low self image, anxiety, de-pression. ...Read more
My glucose fasting is 98, post prandial 162 hb A1c 6.7.Triglyceride 184 HDL 32 LDL 66 total cholesterol 135.I have gallbladder stone of 9mm.Suggest m?
Gallstones: Your diabetes does not seem to be an issue here. The advise of what to do depends on whether you are having symptoms related to gallstones. If you have no symptoms then there is nothing that needs to be done currently. If you have symptoms then gallbladder removal maybe an option. Best to discuss with your primary doctor or see a general surgeon. ...Read more
So I have hashomito disease, gout, rhy arthritise, fibromigia, gurd, glycoma, kidney stones, diabetic, ashama, sleep apena, non alachola fatty liv.
Multiple illnesses: Not sure what your question is!Get a more detailed answer ›
Idiopathic recurring pancreatitis, no alcoholism, gallstones, pain, high triglycerides. Only elevated amylase and lipase. What is next step?
See your doctor soon: It is wise to see your doctor soon regarding this. Depending on how high your amylase and lipase are it could be acute or chronic pancreatitis, and considering that you're on medications and have a history of acute pancreatitis, it's even more important to see your doctor. Diet restrictions like low fat intake and fluid replacement and monitoring are needed to be done, so see dr. Asap. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Gallbladder sludge, pain near gallbladder, hashimoto's, elevated ALT and alp, elevated chol. Im only 18 male and weigh 150 height 5'4. Is this rare?
Rarity not relevant: What you described is not rare, but there is likely to be more and you should consult your doctor for advice and treatment. ...Read more
Ultrasound:Normal sized pancreas with non-parencymal disease. Elevated lipase level 111. Vomiting, abdominal pain. Is it pancreatitis?
Hdl 66.1 LDL 161 total 240 trigly 66 .. No htn, not overweight, healthy 23yo female, nonsmoker/nondrinker.. What can be causing this?
DLP: Elevated cholesterol and triglyceride levels can result from genetic make up, poor diet, lack of exercise, being overweight, hormone issues (such as low thyroid), diabetes, etc. If lifestyle changes are insufficient to reduce the levels, increased fiber intake, omega fish oils, niacin, statins and fibrates may be needed. Elevated numbers may increase the risk of heart and vascular disease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My usg reveals-acalculous mild gallbladder wall thickening, fatty liver.Lft normal, can reducing fat intake correct both?
Not enough: Reducing fatty food intake may reduce gall bladder attacks , but will not make your fatty liver to normal. Fatty liver is an early sign of liver disease , need to correct the cause soon it may be nutrition, alcohol , chemicals ( drugs ) , hepatitis etc, if allowed may progress to cirrhosis. Please see your doctor and follow the advise ...Read more
Morbidly obese w/ treated sleep apnea. No CardioV disease other than high bp/cholest. Will losing weight remove fat around the heart, unclog arteries?
Yes: Yes. Weight loss will help considerbly.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have elevated liver enzyme ast(sgot)412 ALT (sgpt) 317 GGT 186 dilation of the common bile duct 1 CM no gallbladder?
Liver issue: Enzymes ast and alt are inside liver cells. When liver is injured by disease or medication, enzymes leak out, resulting in elevation. Can be due to many reasons, including medications like statins. An elevated GGT suggest biliary problems, but is not that specific. The normal common bile duct measures less than 0.8 cm, but after the gb is removed, can be 1cm. Complete history needed for this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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